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Alfa GT Electrical Gremalins. Help!!!!!!

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I cant seem to get the front indicator to work. Have changed the bulb, cleaned connectors, swapped over the bulb holder, cleaned earth connections etc.

The rest of the hazards work on that side, its just the front.

Any thoughts would be appreciated thanks
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Sounds like you will have to do the old fashioned way of chasing the wires from the fuse board with a multimeter and check for voltage at each connector. It should be obvious which stretch of wire is at fault because the voltage will disappear (even if it drops more than 1 volt below battery voltage)

If you have e-learn (you can download it for free with a bit of googling) then you can identify the wires and location of the connectors (or should be able to at least)
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You could try resetting the bodycomputer by disconnecting the battery for half an hour... The blinkers are (also) controlled by the CAN/Bodycomputer, perhaps a software glitch.
Probably not, but simple thing to try
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